Marduk

[n] - (Babylonian) the chief Babylonian god
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Marduk

In Assyrio-Babylonian mythology, the two-headed sun god, creator of Earth and humans, and their intermediary with his father Ea, god of water and wisdom. He was the father of
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Marduk

Merodach noun the chief Babylonian god; his consort was Sarpanitu
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Marduk

in Mesopotamian religion, the chief god of the city of Babylon and the national god of Babylonia; as such he was eventually called simply Bel, or ... [20 related articles]
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Marduk

Marduk (mär'dook) , ancient god of Babylonia and chief god of the city of Babylon. His cult rose to prominence in the reign of Hammurabi, and Marduk became the omniscient king of the pantheon—the creator of mankind and the god of light and life. In his various aspects he was the succe...
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Marduk

In Sumerian mythology, Marduk is the son of Ea and Dumkina. He is depicted as having four eyes.
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Marduk

Marduk (Sumerian spelling in Akkadian: AMAR.UTU {cuneiform|6|
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Marduk

The primary god of the Babylonians.
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